The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 3, 1949 · Page 10
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FACE. TEW BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER KEWS Defense Planned North American Area To B* Expanded for Mutual Arrangements 'j WASHINGTON — American cie- ^fense plans are by no means con; lined to the North Atlantic area nor •y'to cooperation only with the Nortl .Atlantic Pact nations. J The tLS is working as closely as feier with the other American Re- ipublics in mutual defense arrange- '•iment.5. The In to -American De- j/ense Board has Just been reorganized, and it mil continue indefinitely - to prepare plans for cooperative effort in case any of the 21 American ^republics Is attacked by an outside : power. f The board has new quarters at |i2600 !6th N.W. in Washington. In .It about 60 military men from all the republics are at work. Chairman of •the board is Lt. Gen. Willis D. Crit- teriberger, former head of the U.S. '.Army's Caribbean Defense Com, mand. He is also chairman of the ; '"military advisers to the U.S. dcle- i gallon to the United Nations. He has also Just been named /deputy representative for the Unit- r ed States on the Military Commit- 3 tee of the North Atlantic Treaty ., Military Organization. Gen. Omar 'Bradley b'the representative. Since J Bradley has full duties as chief of , U.S. military forces, It is assumed . Crlttenberger will be a key man In * the new Job. (: The technical work of drawing ••tip military plans is handled by a ; staff under (he direction of anoth- , er American MaJ., Gen. Robert U 1 -.Walsh, U.S. Air Force. Walsh Is. also , chairman of the Canadian-United (States Defense Commision and of * the Joint United States-Brazil De. fense Commission. ' " The Inter-American Defense J Board has been In the business of I preparing plans for multi-national * defense for such a long time that Sits methods and accomplishments ;fare likely to be studied with considerable Interest by the men now -^working on North Atlantic defense RIGHT COMBINATION—Arriving in rtfcw York aboard the Queen Mary, Pat Hollberg, formerly "Miss Legs of Sw«len." found the combination oj ship rail and photographers loo much to resist. The results appear here. plans. Already some oJ the experts from the North Atlantic group have visited the Inter-American headquarters to establish contacts and obtain information. Creadon of IIic Julcr-Aincrlcan Board was decided upon in the dark hour when the Axis powers were a threat to the security of the Western Hemisphere. Its formation was directed by the meeting of Foreign Ministers of the American Republics at Rio tie Janeiro in January 19-12. Military delegations from all the republics met in Washington and on March 30, 1942, set up the Inter- American Defense Board, it has leen in continuous operation ever since, with headquarters here. It. has drawn up a voluminous set of detailed plans for collective defense action.'The plans are sent to each of the governments when com- Jleted. They become binding after lie separate governments adopt hem. The plajis have included such subjects as home defense units, raining in the detection of clandestine radio transmissions, exchange of air information, transit of military aircraft, organization and operation of Irregular forces, supervision of telecommunications, protection of merchant marine, se- curity against sabotagt, production of strategic materials, anti-submarine defense and Inter-America transportation. When the Axis was defeated, the board immeciiately began long- range plans for mutual defense against any other aggressors. The emphasis has been on standardization of army and technical equipment and on uniformity of organization. Late In 10-15 the board began to consider the [natter of reorganization on u permanent basis. Such a reorganization was directed by the Ninth International Conference of American Staler held at Bogota, Colombia, in the spring of 1948. The reorganization was completed last month. The work ol the board is directed by a council of delegates, in which each nation has one vote. The technical work, handled by the staft, is accomplished chiefly by ofur permanent committees, designed along the lines of Ihc Army General Staff. The committees are concerned with (1) plans, (2) intelligence, (3) train- Ing and organization and (4) logistics. Rulers of Ethiopia' claim to trace their descent back to King Solomon. President of CIO Gets Pen Mr. Truman Used to Sign Minimum Wage Bill CLEVELAND, Nov. 3. Wj-Presl- dent Ti-0.11)811 yesterday sent to CIO President Philip Murray the pen with which he signed the new 15- cent minimum hourly wage bill. The pen was handed to Murray before cheering delegates to the CfO convention by Secretary of Labor Maurice J. ToMn, a convention speaker. Tobin said Mr. Truman told him '•There's no man in America who has a better right to receive this pen than Murray." Young Prosecutor Gets Supreme Court Position LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. 3 - </fi— Appointment of Edwin E Dunnaway, Little Rock, as associate Justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court was formally announced by Governor McMalh yesterday. Dunnaway will serve out the term of Associate Justice Frank G, Smith who retiree; Monday after 31 years on the high court. The term will expire Dec. 31, .1050. At ihe same (line McMath ap. pointed John K. Coalcs, Little Rock lawyer to succeed Dunnaway as prosecuting attorney for Pulaski and Perry counties. At 34, Dunnaway probably will be the youngest state supreme court Justice in the nation. Both selections had teen made known previously but formal appointments were'withheld because of death of Dunnaway's mother Monday. Beware Coughs From Common Colds That HANG ON Crcorouhion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seal of the trouble to help loosen ami expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe anil heal niv, tender, inlhmcd bronchial mucommcmbHnej.TeH )ourdruggis[ to sell you a Ironic of Creomulsion <vnh the understanding you must like Ihe way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back CREOMULSION for Coughs,ChestColds,Bronchitis HERE'S THE COMBINE THAT GETS SOYBEANS NOW... EVEN IN MUDDY FIELDS. Massey-Harris 3 and 4-Row Self-Propelled Combines Yes, you don't have to wait for dry weather to get those soybeans out of the fields. The great new Massey- Harris Self-Propelled Combines can go into any field, regardless of how muddy it is, and harvest the beans. But, don't take our word for it ... come out to the 61 Implement Co. as soon as possible for a demonstration and we'll prove that it can be done! We have one combine here for demonstration, and several en route from the factory ... so come in soon, see this combine in action, and place your order. And there's far more than that to one of these 3 and 4-row combines. They're large capacity, volume combines that can do the job fast; in addition, you'll (ike the ease of operation because, to increase speed there's no shifting of gears . . . you just move the lever forward. But, above all, don't let your boons stay in the fields any longer . . . get a Massey-Harris Combine and the mud won't bother you. TIME IS PRECIOUS — DONT DELAY i • \ COME IN FOR A DEMONSTRATION TODAY! 61 IMPLEME North Hiway 61 Phone 2142 THURSDAY,^NOVEMBER 8. 1949 CLOTHESPINS.:: PKG. 3 DOZ. 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